A Bloody Good Time

Unit 10: Introduction to Genetics
Lesson 10 of 13

Objective: SWBAT apply their understanding of genetics to explain the variation in the distribution of human blood types.

Big Idea: A patient is rushed into the ER and it is up to your students to administer the life-saving blood transfusion. Have your students mastered blood typing and will they come to the rescue of this dying patient before it is too late?

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